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The Quest for the Celtic Key

Esotericism, Occult


by
Karen Ralls-MacLeod and Ian Robertson

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 424 pages

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Protection: DRM

Language: English

The Quest series from Luath Press continues with the quest for all things Celtic, an investigation into aspects of Celtic history that have previously been neglected or lost.

The authors argue strongly that the evidence they have uncovered within folklore, legends, the guilds, and the oral traditions of secret societies in Scotland, link together with striking similarities. They further suggest that these links are not coincidence but the last visible threads of belief systems that have been at the center of the Scottish psyche for centuries. The Celtic Key makes sense of the underlying beliefs that have contributed to, motivated, and shaped a nation through the ages.

REVIEWS

A fascinating journey through the mystery and magic of Scotland’s past…the authors describe the people, places and traditions — Watkins Review, London, Winter 2002, Issue no. 4

A refreshing look at Scotland’s past…we are presented with such a wealth of information; well worth reading — Dalriada, journal of Celtic heritage, Scotland, 2003

A spellbinding step into the…world of ancient Caledonia and the people who laid the foundations of Scotland — West Lothian Courier newspaper, 27 June 2002

An enthralling and informative journey through time which deserves a place on every Scottish bookshelf…their sources are well documented — Scots magazine, Vol 158 No.2, 2003

Without resorting to colourful conjecture…it nevertheless adds its own voice to the enduring mysteries of Scotland’s Celtic heritage — Historic Scotland magazine, Winter 2002-3 issue

The Quest series from Luath Press continues with the quest for all things Celtic, an investigation into aspects of Celtic history that have previously been neglected or lost.

The authors argue strongly that the evidence they have uncovered within folklore, legends, the guilds, and the oral traditions of secret societies in Scotland, link together with striking similarities. They further suggest that these links are not coincidence but the last visible threads of belief… (more)

The Quest series from Luath Press continues with the quest for all things Celtic, an investigation into aspects of Celtic history that have previously been neglected or lost.

The authors argue strongly that the evidence they have uncovered within folklore, legends, the guilds, and the oral traditions of secret societies in Scotland, link together with striking similarities. They further suggest that these links are not coincidence but the last visible threads of belief systems that have been at the center of the Scottish psyche for centuries. The Celtic Key makes sense of the underlying beliefs that have contributed to, motivated, and shaped a nation through the ages.

REVIEWS

A fascinating journey through the mystery and magic of Scotland’s past…the authors describe the people, places and traditions — Watkins Review, London, Winter 2002, Issue no. 4

A refreshing look at Scotland’s past…we are presented with such a wealth of information; well worth reading — Dalriada, journal of Celtic heritage, Scotland, 2003

A spellbinding step into the…world of ancient Caledonia and the people who laid the foundations of Scotland — West Lothian Courier newspaper, 27 June 2002

An enthralling and informative journey through time which deserves a place on every Scottish bookshelf…their sources are well documented — Scots magazine, Vol 158 No.2, 2003

Without resorting to colourful conjecture…it nevertheless adds its own voice to the enduring mysteries of Scotland’s Celtic heritage — Historic Scotland magazine, Winter 2002-3 issue

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